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Rainbow colours at GCHQ

GCHQ in Cheltenham is illuminating its iconic building with the colours of the rainbow. The event is to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. Up until the 1990s, being openly gay was a bar to employment at the ... ITV.com, 1 week ago
GCHQ lit up in rainbow colours BBC, 1 week ago
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Edward Snowden: NSA plotted to hack Google Play Store users with 'Irritant Horn' spyware

The US National Security Agency and its international allies, including Britain's GCHQ, plotted to infect Android smartphones by hijacking their connection to the Google Play store and secretly harvest information about phone users in France and ...
 International Business Times UK6 days ago The NSA Plan to Find Bin Laden by Hiding Tracking Devices in Medical Supplies  Intercept6 days ago Snowden: NSA And Allies Planned To Use Google And Samsung App Stores To Spy On Smartphones  Tech Times6 days ago There's an app for that: How NSA, allies exploit mobile app stores  ArsTechnica6 days ago
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Russia to Reduce Dependence on Android, iOS With Customised Sailfish OS

Following the Edward Snowden revelations that showed the level of surveillance carried out by spy agencies NSA and GCHQ, several countries have been looking to reduce their dependence on Google's Android and Apple's iOS software, with the fear of ...
 NDTV1 week ago
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Underhand & undemocratic: UK govt quietly legalizes GCHQ hacking

15:52 Reuters / Kieran Doherty The British government has quietly amended legislation, which allows GCHQ to act without criminal liability when hacking suspects telephone and internet communications. The new powers were brought in ...
 Russia Today1 week ago New UK law says GCHQ agents cannot be prosecuted for hacking  Net Security1 week ago GCHQ now exempt from hacking laws  IT Pro UK1 week ago Intelligence Services in UK Immune to Prosecution for Hacking  Softpedia1 week ago
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UK covertly grants GCHQ hackers immunity from prosecution

The UK government has covertly amended the Computer Misuse Act to grant law enforcement agencies immunity from prosecution for a variety of what would otherwise be illegal activities during surveillance operations. The amendment was passed on 3 ...
 V3.co.uk1 week ago Government grants GCHQ the right to crack  Bit-Tech.net1 week ago Amendments to UK hacking legislation under the Serious Crime Act 2015 come into force  Lexology4 days ago UK amends law to make government-backed hacking legal  Techradar India1 week ago

UK government quietly rewrote law to allow its spies to hack

Summary: Now we know the real reason why GCHQ is openly trying to recruit hackers... The bill went into force earlier this year, amending computer misuse laws (Image: Wikimedia Commons) The UK government "quietly" amended a law exempting ...
 ZDNet1 week ago UK quietly ushers in new law allowing government spies to hack into computers  TechSpot1 week ago

British Spy HQ Goes Rainbow to Celebrate Diversity

The famous ringed doughnut of secrecy that houses the UK's GCHQ spy overlords has gone all rainbow colored for a short while, as the agency wired up a few interestingly coloured bulbs to highlight the fact that yesterday was the International Day ...
 Gizmodo1 week ago Spy Base GCHQ Takes Stand Against Homophobia  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago Pc gchq  Canadian Content1 week ago All Lit Up: Spy Base Stands Against Homophobia  Sky News1 week ago
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Government intervenes to get GCHQ off the hook

The Government Communications Headquarters has been one of the most influential and damaging surveillance and hacking departments, using surveillance through Internet, mobile and hacking important wireless companies like Belgacom and Gemalto for ...
 ITProPortal.com1 week ago UK spy agency says to hackers: Come work for us  ZDNet2 weeks ago UK Spy Agency Recruits Hackers to Increase Mass Surveillance  Sputnik2 weeks ago New Bill Expands on UK's 'Snoopers Charter'  Infosecurity Today15 hours ago
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GCHQ to recruit computer experts

Computer experts, your country needs you - GCHQ is looking for IT specialists to help fight terrorists and cyber criminals. For the first time, the UK's listening post is openly recruiting for computer network operations specialists (CNOS). The ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago GCHQ recruiting IT specialists to fight terrorism  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago NCC battles GCHQ to recruit cyber experts  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago
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GCHQ vows to defend surveillance actions in European Court of Human Rights

Rights groups including Amnesty International are taking the UK government and its use of mass surveillance to the European Court of Human Rights, and will face a determined opponent in the form of GCHQ. The UK's use of such surveillance was ...
 V3.co.uk1 month ago Pressure builds on GCHQ as NGOs challenge mass surveillance in European court  Care21 month ago UK surveillance challenged in Europe  BBC1 month ago UK Gov't Quietly Changing Cybersecurity Law Undemocratic - Rights Group  Sputnik1 week ago
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